DARLING, JAMES & ELLA
In the divorce suit of James I. Darling vs. Ella O. Darling, Mrs. Darling filed her answer yesterday stating that she did not abandon her husband, as he alleges in his petition. That was the principal ground on which he brought suit. Another point Mrs. Darling makes is that she alleges her husband has not been a resident of Kansas for a year. Before he has a right to bring suit in Kansas he must have lived in the state a year. He states in his petition that he has lived in the state for the past year. They have five children. Mr. Darling owns a 160 acre farm and is worht about $1200, his wife states.
(Emporia Gazette ~ April 6, 1904)
FURNACE, AARON & MYRA
Suit for divorce was filed in the district court yesterday by Aaron Furnace against Myra Furnace.
(Neosho Repids Record ~ Olpe, KS ~ Wednesday ~ August 13, 1919 ~ Page 4)
HAVERMALE, ARTHUR & BESSIE
HAVERMALE DIVORCE GRANTED
A divorce has been granted in the Lyon County District court to Arthur Havermale from Bessie T. Havermale.
(Emporia Gazette ~ Tuesday ~ January 1, 1935)
MARTIN, ARCHIE & ADA
This morning in the district court Mrs. Ada Martin filed suit for a divorce from her husband, Archie Martin. They were married in Gasper, Neb., March 31, 1896 and have two children, Ed aged six years and Mildred aged three years. Mrs. Martin alleges abandonment, stating that her husband abandoned her in September 1902.
(Emporia Gazette ~ August 27, 1903)
STANTON, W.T. & ESTHER
W. T. Stanton filed a divorce suit against his wife, Esther Stanton, today. They were married in 1901 and he makes the charge that she was decoyed away from him by her parents four days after the marriage and has since refused to live with him, although he has sent her railroad transportation to come. She is at St. John, Kansas.
(Emporia Gazette ~ April 12, 1904)
TICER, W. E. & EDNA
W. E. Ticer this afternoon filed suit for divorce from his wife, Edna J. Ticer. Ticer was arrested this week for non-support of his wife.
(Emporia Gazette ~ September 16, 1903)